Two pretend troopers in police web for beating up market lady in Ogun

Two suspected pretend troopers have been on Tuesday arrested within the Sagamu space of Ogun State.

The Ogun State Police Command mentioned the suspects have been arrested following a misery name obtained by the DPO of Sakura police division.

DAILY POST gathered that 4 males, who have been clad in army camouflage, instantly alighted from a Sienna bus at Sabo market Sagamu and brought on pandemonium.

The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, advised DAILY POST in an announcement on Thursday that the suspected pretend troopers beat up an aged market lady and disrupted business actions out there.

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In the middle of the altercation, “a serving soldier arrived on the scene and demanded the identification of the suspects. However, as an alternative of figuring out themselves, they began boarding business bikes to flee from the scene, therefore the misery name to the police,” Oyeyemi mentioned.

On account of the data, the DPO of Sakura division, CSP Dahunsi Ronald, reportedly led his patrol staff to the scene the place two of the suspects have been arrested with the assistance of members of the general public.

In keeping with Oyeyemi, an indignant mob had descended on the suspects and tried to hijack the suspects, saying they have been shortly whisked away from the scene by the police.

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The arrested suspects, the police mentioned, are recognized as Joseph Uzor and Obadeyi Quadr.

“Recovered from them are two pairs of Military camouflage uniform, two pairs of black boots, one camouflage vest, one camouflage fez cap, one Samsung cellphone and a sum of ten thousand eight hundred naira. They’re strongly suspected to be a part of the theft syndicate who used to function in army outfit alongside Sagamu-Benin expressway a few of who have been lately apprehended,” it was learnt.

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